Pip has been providing legal services to Indigenous people and organisations since 2015 across a broad range of practice areas including commercial & corporate governance, civil & administrative law, criminal defence and, since joining Chalk & Behrendt in 2020, native title and land rights matters.
Pip’s prior experience includes practising law in the Northern Territory with the Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service (CAALAS) and the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA). She has also held several legal and governance roles in Sydney including practising commercial law for a leading Australian law firm and working in corporate governance for two ASX-listed companies.
While working in commercial law and corporate governance, Pip gained experience in corporate transactions, large-scale litigation proceedings and business services. Her experience also includes working for a not-for-profit national legal service delivering legal advice and training services. Pip is skilled at providing clear and focused legal advice to her clients across a wide practice area.
Pip is currently undertaking a Master of Environmental Law. Her research focuses on the intersectionality of Indigenous rights and environmental law.